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Apps All Young Adults Should Have

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Graduation is over, you’ve landed your first full-time job, signed a lease on an apartment… now what? There are a few free apps that can help you step up your game as a young adult.

Life after college can be hard, and learning to live within your means can be a big adjustment. But, the Level Money app can help. It tells you exactly how much you can spend on any given day in order to make ends meet.

Handy is an app for those young adults who still need help with house cleaning. With handy you can book regular cleaning services or have an actual handy man come in and paint or fix things for you.

When moving into their first apartment, renter’s insurance is a must. The Allstate digital locker app lets you digitally inventory your home in case you ever need to file a claim.

And, finally, the google wallet app makes it easy to pay your friends back. It is monitored for fraud and will even protect your money when something goes wrong.

Another app that can come in handy is the Evernote Scannable app. Having a way to digitize business cards, make receipts and store contact info on the go can be useful for any adult.

Contributors to this news report include: Producer, Cortni Spearman; Videographer and Editor, Brent Sucher 

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